Exxon winds down Russian Arctic drilling

Cold world: sanctions against Russia have raised questions on the future of expensive projects in the Kara Sea north of Siberia

Oil group is biggest casualty of broader sanctions

Artemis unveils US fund range

Fund manager warns that US shares are not cheap, however

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Sarkozy announces a return to politics

Move seen as first step in run for 2017 presidential election

Five takeaways from Alibaba’s pricing

China’s ecommerce company set for market capitalisation of £168bn

Coffee groups seek bids for French brands

Sale of Café Grand’Mère and L’Or units could fetch about €480m

SAP buys software group Concur for $8.3bn

All-cash deal by German group comes as tech sector consolidates

Oracle: new skippers

Ellison should not linger before sailing into the sunset

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Alibaba prices shares in IPO at $68

Record-setting float will raise $21.8bn

GNC fields interest from buyout groups

Vitamin retailer has met with banks to discuss options

News Corp takes Google fight to Brussels

Animosity about ‘content kleptomaniac’ has been brewing for years

Alibaba to keep it simple for NYSE debut

Desire for a glitch-free listing drives plans for record IPO

Ex-chief poses dilemma for Siemens

Löscher, chair of Sulzer, now in tie-up talks with Dresser-Rand

Savaging Google and American capitalism

The search engine is making too much money and it isn’t fair

Liberty Global plays down ITV deal talk

Netflix: Eurovision

Video-streaming site being introduced in six European countries

Oxfam to sue SEC over rule delays

KKR seeks to make First Data numbers work

Payment processor’s debt load falls from $24bn to $21bn

US law firms battle it out in London

Akin Gump to take 22 partners from Bingham McCutchen

WANdisco more than double first-half loss

Cloud computing company struggles to sell to risk-averse clients

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